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Fukushima city government donated 10,000 bottles of their tap water to Kumamoto city

On 4/18/2016, Fukushima city Waterworks Bureau donated 10,000 bottles of their tap water to Kumamoto city. Kumamoto city is one of the main disaster areas of 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes. Fukushima

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Unidentified “black substance” found in tap water at an elementary school of Fukushima city

According to the municipal board of education, black substance was found in tap water at an elementary school in Fukushima city. It was found at 8:30 of 11/27/2015. The substance

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Fallout level spiked in Fukushima city / Highest reading since last October

Note : Thank you for reading Fukushima Diary. Fukushima Diary is genuinely supported by your donation. Monthly recurring donation is also appreciated.   Fallout level in Fukushima city spiked up

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Former Fukushima mayor died of acute heart failure

On 7/2/2013, former Fukushima mayor Yoshida Shuichi (86) died of acute cardiac insufficiency. That day he had a health problem at home, and died at 16:40 at the hospital. He

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1,785,216 Bq/Kg of radioactive Cesium from moss in Fukushima city

Significantly high level of Cesium was measured from moss in Fukushima city. The reading is 1,785,216 Bq/Kg. The moss was growing on the top of a building, where is covered

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[Express] “This is how they decontaminate in Fukushima city”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> The view of decontamination in my neighborhood. (Fukushima city) <End> ご近所の除染作業風景。 pic.twitter.com/jNSZvEItLE — roze ree【in0.4μSv/h】 (@reemayufu) July 2, 2013  

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34% of Fukushima city people want to evacuate, local gov “Measures need to be taken”

For the questionnaire, 34% of the people answered they want to evacuate Fukushima city, and local government staff is commenting they need to take measures about this situation. In May,